[Met-jobs] Post-doctoral position at IPSL : impact of hypersonic aircraft on composition and climate

Please see attached an announcement for a post-doctoral position on the modelling of the impact of hypersonic aircraft on atmospheric composition and climate opened at IPSL in Paris.


Dr Didier Hauglustaine

Laboratoire des Sciences du Climat et de l’Environnement (LSCE)

CEN Saclay – Orme des Merisiers – Bat. 712

F-91191 Gif-sur-Yvette CEDEX – France

Tel: +33 (0)1 69 08 77 31 

Fax: +33 (0)1 69 88 77 16

[Met-jobs] Post Doc position available at BEC-ICM in Barcelona

The Barcelona Expert Center in
Remote Sensing (BEC) – ICM-CSIC (https://ift.tt/2ejfpMJ)
in Barcelona, Spain, invites applications for a Post Doc
position on sea ice remote sensing.

This position is funded by the Spanish Research Council. The
fellow will join BEC’s Cryosphere group, and will work on
developing tools and algorithms to retrieve sea ice parameters
from L-band passive remote sensing measurements , and applying
synergistic approaches between different radiometer data and/or
sensor types.

The European Space Agency (ESA) Soil Moisture and Ocean
Salinity (SMOS) mission carries an L-band interferometric
radiometer which has the capability to measure thin ice
thickness (thanks to the L-band signal penetration), as well as
ice concentration, among other parameters.

Candidates for this position must have a PhD
or at the level thereof and background on Physics,
Mathematics or Engineering. Experience/knowledge on remote
sensing and Cryospheric science is also desirable. The candidate
should be self-motivated, with good writing and communication
skills. Additional required skills include:

* Data processing and analysis

* Programming/computational skills, such as in
Matlab, Python, C++ and linux minimum.

* Good interpersonal and team
working skills.

The contract is initially offered for one year, starting on
January 2019, with a gross salary of about 32.500

Applications should be submitted by e-mailed to Carolina Gabarro (cgabarro@icm.csic.es), by
October 31st, 2018. Please send
complete curriculum vitae and a letter of intent that describes
your academic and career goals as well as research interests.
Moreover, please provide the name and email of two references.

Best regards

PhD program in Coastal and River Geomorphology

Dear listers,

the University of Ferrara in Italy is accepting applications for the PhD program in Earth and Marine Sciences, jointly developed with the University of Cadiz in Spain.

There are opportunities for candidates with at least an MSc in Earth Sciences, Marine Sciences, Oceanography or Environmental Engineering. Candidates must have a good command of either Italian or Spanish and English.

The webpage for applications is available at


For information on current research activities, candidates can refer to the webpage of the COSTUF

Coastal Study Unit Ferrara (COSTUF) webpagehttp://fst.unife.it/

The deadline for submitting applications is on 23 July at 12:00 CET.

Best regards and apologies for cross-posting.

Paolo Ciavola

[Met-jobs] CIMMS Research Associate – Warn on Forecast

[Met-jobs] CIMMS Research Associate – FV3 Programmer

[ES_JOBS_NET] Fwd: new position at CSIRO

On Mon, Jul 9, 2018 at 8:31 AM wrote:

Dear all

I want to share with you this position we are advertising. This is one of those precious permanent positions. We are looking for a very dynamic person to lead our household modelling area. I expect the person to have a lot of flexibility and potential
for growth. Interactions with multiple international research groups is expected. The balance of work will be 70% Asia/Africa and the rest Australia.

External Posting:


Please help me disseminate it, and if you know of suitable people please drop me a line.

Kind regards



Dr Mario Herrero
Chief Research Scientist 
Agriculture and Food
306 Carmody Road, St Lucia  QLD 4067 Australia

P +61 7 3214 2538 | M +61 477 764 244
E mario.herrero@csiro.au | Skype mario.herrero3

Website Global
Food and Nutrition Security | Twitter @GlobalFoodTeam

Honorary Professor – Agriculture and Food Systems, University of Queensland

Adjunct Professor, School of Environmental and Rural Studies, University of New England, Armidale


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[ES_JOBS_NET] Post Doctorate RA – Soil Carbon Modeling and Synthesis, PNNL, College Park, MD

[ES_JOBS_NET] Postdoctoral Researcher in Coupled Climate Dynamics, University of California Santa Barbara

[ES_JOBS_NET] Job Posting

We are advertising for “Associate Director of the Polar Data Catalogue/CCIN” at the University of Waterloo in Waterloo, Ontario Canada.

This is a permanent University position subject to funding.

As brief summary is:

The reference is

Job ID# 2018-2829 – Associate Director, Polar Data Catalogue/Canadian Cryospheric Information – Geography, USG 12

at https://ift.tt/1mpzz6s

The position is open until filled.


Dr Ellsworth LeDrew, F.IEEE, F.CASI,
University Professor,

University of Waterloo:  the spirit of “why not?”

[GilbertClub] Two PhD positions in geomechanics and hydrogeology at ETH Zurich

Dear All,The Chair of Engineering Geology at ETH Zurich invites applications for two PhD positions in the areas of geomechanical modelling, and alpine hydrogeology. These projects form part of a collaborative effort aimed at gaining insight into the manner in which the generation of bedrock fractures due to large scale topographic changes controls groundwater flow dynamics and solute transport in a large Alpine basin (the Matter Valley, Switzerland).

Please see the below link for further information and details on how to submit an application.


Applications close August 1st 2018.


Kerry Leith